Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Megacities: A Pilot Application in Metro Manila and Kathmandu. Executive Summaries
The report presents the executive summaries of the final reports of projects carried out  under the ‘Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Megacities: A Pilot Application in Manila and Kathmandu’ initiative. The projects aimed at enhancing and mainstreaming DRR approaches into the governance functions in both cities. 
 

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